health

38 articles
cheap jerseys top 134 cheap jerseys 645 billion Chinese port project_3 7 766379

cheap jerseys top 134 cheap jerseys 645 billion Chinese port project_3 7 766379

million loan was secured from China's Ex Im Bank at a fixed interest rate of 6.3 per cent. Yi said loan terms cheap jerseys china for Sri Lanka were reasonable and in line with those China extended to other countries, adding that financing was made available against the backdrop of the 2008 financial crisis. "At the request of the Sri…
13 Comfort Foods That Burn Fat

13 Comfort Foods That Burn Fat

Your passion for healthy living brought you here – let’s keep talking! X Your favorite feel-good foods don’t have to pile on the pounds—some can help you lose weight. Credit: Getty Images 1 of 15 Rethink your comfort foods by K. Aleisha Fetters They’re called “comfort” foods for a reason—they bring back warm memories, tickle your taste buds, and soothe…
FDA strengthens regulations to curb smoking by children

FDA strengthens regulations to curb smoking by children

Every day, nearly 4,000 children in the U.S. under the age of 18 try their first cigarette, according to the Food and Drug Administration. And of those, a thousand become daily smokers. {loadposition in-article} Now, in an effort to fight the war on smoking — especially when it comes to children — the FDA is issuing a new rule titled…
Healthier men want more sex for more years

Healthier men want more sex for more years

Healthier men, no matter their age, are going to have better sex more frequently and desire it more often than healthier women. And a healthier sex life could mean a longer life. {loadposition in-article} That’s according to a paper written by University of Chicago researchers that was published Tuesday in the British Medical Journal. While the supposition that men think…
Best Snacks for Weight Loss

Best Snacks for Weight Loss

Your passion for healthy living brought you here – let’s keep talking! X Need help sticking to your diet? Start snacking on these good-for-you treats. Credit: Getty Images 1 of 20 Eat more, weigh less by K. Aleisha Fetters If you’re sacrificing snacks to cut calories, stop—to lose weight, you need snacks. “Snacking is an opportunity to fuel your body…
L.A. eatery charged with serving whale meat closes

L.A. eatery charged with serving whale meat closes

A Los Angeles-area sushi restaurant that made international headlines after it was charged with serving endangered whale meat will close forever as a “self-imposed punishment,” according to a statement on its website. The parent company of the The Hump, a popular Santa Monica restaurant, and sushi chef Kiyoshiro Yamamoto were charged on March 11 with violating the Marine Mammal Protection…
15 Signs You May Have an Iron Deficiency

15 Signs You May Have an Iron Deficiency

Your passion for healthy living brought you here – let’s keep talking! X Iron can make the difference between you feeling on top of the world and downright miserable. Check out these surprising signs you need to pump up your iron levels. Credit: Getty Images 1 of 18 Got iron? Many women don’t by K. Aleisha Fetters Iron deficiency is…
Recession no barrier to cosmetic procedures

Recession no barrier to cosmetic procedures

A bad economy only slightly deterred Americans from flocking to cosmetic procedures last year. The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery released figures Tuesday: Almost 10 million cosmetic surgical and nonsurgical procedures were performed in the United States in 2009. Despite the recession, Americans shelled out almost $10.5 billion to get pretty. {loadposition in-article} Compared with the previous year, there…
PepsiCo looks for new, no-cal, natural sweeteners

PepsiCo looks for new, no-cal, natural sweeteners

A race to develop natural, zero-calorie sweeteners is bubbling up in the nation’s $100 billion beverage industry. PepsiCo, looking to revive itself in the declining soda industry, is boosting its development spending for this search and to mix up new drinks. {loadposition in-article} PepsiCo Inc. said Tuesday at an investor meeting that it is putting “unprecedented resources” toward reformulating its…
Officials: Bacterial meningitis kills Oklahoma student

Officials: Bacterial meningitis kills Oklahoma student

An Oklahoma elementary school student has died of bacterial meningitis, officials said Thursday, and two other students are hospitalized with the illness. Health department officials are at Oologah Lower Elementary School in Oologah, Oklahoma, according to a statement from Oologah Talala Emergency Medical Services. Oologah Talala School Superintendent Rick Thomas has asked parents to remain calm until the health department…